Permanent Makeup and Microblading Remover
- Quantum Remover is a specially
- designed product to remove old
- permanent makeup and microblading residue
Use: Removing Permanent Makeup
Ingredients: Polyglyceryl-4 Caprate,
Quantum Remover is a specially
designed product to remove old
permanent makeup and microblading residue.
It is also useful for correcting fresh
mistakes during the pigmentation
process and serves as an alternative
to ND YAG Q-switch laser procedures.
Available in the Quantum online store,
the Remover is a gentle formula ideal
for removing remains and soft
shades of old makeup, such as salmon color,
delicate graphite or green shades.
It is also perfect for removing
old lip pigment and white or beige
shades of pigments, and can even be
used during a procedure when
pigmentation of a line is too deep
or a segment is pigmented too strongly.
How to use:
The Remover is intended for
professionals and is not for
personal use to remove unsatisfactory
permanent makeup results.
The procedure involves using
an 1RL needle, just like during
the pigmentation process,
but instead of pigment,
the Remover is used.
The area to be treated should be
numbed before the procedure,
but the skin should not be
numbed during the procedure.
Pour the Remover into a cup,
and since it is a watery product,
it is necessary to work with a needle
pulled out to 1.8mm - 2mm.
Work in segments, avoiding chaotic
or rapid movements, and despite
gentle work during the procedure,
a larger amount of blood may appear.
When removing the pigment,
avoid working for too long,
s old pigmentation cannot be
removed during a single session.
There should be a six-week
interval between procedures.
Dry healing for five days after
the procedure is required.
The skin should be wiped
twice a day and cleaned
with boiled or mineral water
or an injection fluid.
On the fifth day, moisturizing
with care products such
as Bepanthen can be included,
and a thin layer should be applied
and the skin thoroughly cleaned
before applying a new layer.
The scab should fall off by
itself and not be scratched.
Intensely and deeply pigmented
prison tattoos require laser removal.
It is important to note that one
procedure will not be enough,
and the client should be made
aware of this from the beginning
to avoid any misunderstandings
Procedures do not exclude
the client from their everyday life;
the area of the procedure looks
lighter instantly, but it is not
the final effect of removal.
The skin around the treated area
may be reddened, and the client
may experience some discomfort.
Additionally, there might be slight swelling.
Although the Remover is not acidic,
it should not be used close
to the eye (water line).
When removing the eyeliner,
only remove it in the corner of the eye
(the line outside the water line) and
not in the eyelash area.